With the release of Office 2013 and it's emphasis on SkyDrive storage, I've had several people ask about moving their pst file to SkyDrive, DropBox and similar services.
How to backup and save Microsoft Outlook VBA Macros.
How to use a batch file to backup Microsoft Outlook personal files (*.pst). Includes sample batch files.
Although Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010's autodiscover feature makes short work of creating profiles, using a PRF to create profiles is still useful, especially if you use a lot of personal folders (*.pst) or have a large number of POP3 and IMAP accounts and are testing Windows betas. Most users will be happy just to
How to use a batch (.bat) file to backup your Microsoft Outlook personal folders data file.
PST backup is a time-consuming task (and a headache) that admins would love to avoid; yet if users need to move the email in their inbox to a PST file – PST backup is needed. Emails with important company information can end up buried within these files – records that can be critically important for
The keys to keeping the size of your folders manageable are to Periodically empty the Deleted Items folder Archive or delete from Sent Items Remove attachments from sent messages, assuming that the attached files are stored elsewhere on your system Use one of the third-party tools listed here to compress attachments that you want to
Microsoft Outlook 2010: Although mostly identical to Outlook 2007′s files, a few things have changed, including the default location for a POP3 pst file is in the My Documents folder and the nickname cache (NK2) is not used by Outlook 2010. See Microsoft Outlook 2010 Backup and Dual Boot File Locations for specifics. We often
This page contains methods and utilities you can use to back up profiles, accounts and personal settings. For information backing up PST and other files, see Outlook and Exchange/Windows Messaging Backup and Dual-Boot. This page is specific to email accounts and personal settings (i.e., Tools, Options settings). Unless specified, the utilities listed in the Tools
Personal STorage files (PSTs) are created by Outlook when it generates archive files, when using legacy protocols (IMAP or POP), and whenever a user wants one (unless prohibited by an administrator). They sound like a good thing – they allow you to reduce the amount of information stored in your Exchange server (you DO have